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post #58 of Old 05-04-2013
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Re: Looking at a boat tomorrow

Originally Posted by MarioG View Post
You will find Hunters of that age the decks always look very warn. They also have a problem with soft decks and the hull ribs buckling.
I can't say I have a thorough experience, but its funny you mention this. The few I know did have very worn decks. Worse, one had a very unprofessional repair. Must have been DIY non-skid. I actually prefer to have worn decks over a shoddy repair, assuming no water penetration, as I would have to redo it or my boat OCD would put me in the hospital.

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In the harsh marine environment, something is always in need of repair. Margaritas fix everything.
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